Repatriation to the USA 2017-05-16T13:41:49+00:00

INTERNATIONAL REPATRIATION

Repatriation to the USA

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When repatriating to the USA, Rowland Brothers International work with funeral directors, assistance companies and embassies or consulates to ensure all travel and documentation fits to the rules and regulations within the country.

Rowland Brothers International completes all required documentation efficiently to comply with US authorities standards when you require repatriation to the USA.

What do we need?

Repatriation from one country to another must respect local protocol where the person died, and also local requirements at the final destination. Documentation usually includes but is not limited to:

  • Passport of the deceased
  • Local death certificate
  • Embalming certificate
  • Freedom from infection certificate
  • Permission to bring the person out of the country
  • Permit for the country of destination if required

We are able to arrange flight information within a few hours of completing all official documents.

What’s Included?

Rowland Brothers International’s repatriation to the USA, includes:

  • Full collection service
  • Preparation of the deceased
  • A coffin suitable for international transportation
  • Complete documentation service
  • Translations if required
  • Transfer to the airport
  • Flight for the deceased
  • Assistance with return of luggage

Full repatriation service from the UK to the USA starts from £2,400

Full repatriation service from any Global destination to the USA is dependent on the location of the deceased. Please contact us for a quote.

In general terms, repatriation will take approximately 5-10 working days, from the date the deceased is released by the local authorities.

The timeframe is also dependent on the local authorities issuing the required documentation and then flight availability with the airlines

Contact Us:

Contact us first to discuss:

UK Clients:

0800 917 3585

International Clients:

+44(0)20 8684 2324

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